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High resolution old and contemporary photographs of Churches and other places of Worship in Llanfeirian in the county of Anglesey (Sir Fôn) in North Wales, part of the United Kingdom.

Anglesey, Llanfeirian, the remains of Llanfeirian Church yard - wider angle photograph

Anglesey, Llanfeirian, St Meirians Church - the remains of Llanfeirian Church yard.

There are now no remains of the St Meirian's Church building, but it was originally a Parish Church, and probably later a Chapel of Ease, which by 1775 had started to fall into ruin. The 'Llan' is in a field on a farm known as 'Plas Bach', not far from the village of Hermon, and also close to the Bodorgan Estate.

The area was also known as Eglwys Ael.

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Anglesey, Llanfeirian, the remains of Llanfeirian Church yard - 091108

Anglesey, Llanfeirian, the 'Llan' of St Meirian's Church


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